What is the point in voting when they are all self servicing corporate puppets?

Anybody that has watched my videos or regularly read my blogs will know that I have spent much of the last few years attacking Britain’s voting system. I have regularly explained and blogged that voting does not and can not change anything yet this year and this general election I am telling people to vote, why? Two words JEREMY CORBYN.

I have been interested in politics since my teenage years and I remember believing Tony Blair was going to come along and change British politics for the better, could it get any worse than Margret Thatcher and John Major? Unfortunately Tony Blair turned out to be just as bad maybe worse, we all knew what Margret Thatcher and John Major was, Tony Blair on the other hand offered us hope but gave us more wars, he used propaganda and the corporate media to get where he got and the fact the corporate media was backing him should have been enough to convince us that he was just another puppet, but at the time I was 16 and didn’t understand how politics really works. I blame our weak performing education system for this in later years the Internet enlightened me!

In 2010 Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats shocked the nation by collecting over eight million votes, they based their campaign around scrapping tuition fees and getting rid of corruption in politics, Nick Clegg had pledged that he would never join the Conservatives. This surprise result lead to a hung parliament and Nick Clegg was faced with a choice, create a collision with the Conservatives or with Labour. To the surprise of the nation and many of his voters he choose to form a collision with the Conservatives! After forming his collision he did not challenge them on any of their policies, tuition fees and fairer politics were forgot about. The Liberal Democrats are still paying for his lies to this day after spending the next five years ignoring the people that were misguided enough to vote for them, Nick Clegg was disgraced and exposed as just another lying puppet to the elite and the Conservatives.

I didn’t vote in 2010 because at this stage I was convinced that all politicians were just lying spin masters that had no idea of the real problems and issues that normal people go through.

In 2015 Ed Miliband was the leader of the Labour party, I voted Ed Miliband not because I had faith in him but I figured it has to be better than another five years of the Conservative Party. For me (at the time) Ed Miliband was torn he wanted the votes of the working and poorer classes but he also wanted to please the corporate media and the establishment, he was undecided and confused.

Now in 2017 Labour have Jeremy Corbyn, he is not undecided and confused and he does not appear to be another puppet of the establishment in fact if he stays true to his words he sees the establishment for what they are, the enemy of freedom and the people. The corporate media can not stand him, they hate him and seem to fear him as they spend most of their time blatantly attacking him and promoting and propagating Theresa May’s corrupt Conservative party.

So after years of making videos and writing blogs that essentially tell people that our democracy is a farce and voting will not change anything, I have changed my mind for this election. I believe that voting Jeremy Corbyn could change the direction of British for the better.

I stand by the fact that British democracy is a farce and I believe the propaganda of the mainstream media make this undeniable but I do believe that voting Jeremy Corbyn could benefit the masses and take power from the establishment and that is surely a good thing.



In my opinion (and I followed the election fairly intensely on the internet and the T.V) propaganda and fear was a large part of the reason Labour lost, but Ed Miliband made huge mistakes. Ed Miliband is now spoken about like he was some left wing, weak leader despite the fact that at the start of the campaign he was not much more to the left than the Conservatives. As the campaign went on he started to move to the left probably in order to win votes with the anti Tory majority, but the anti Tory majority still remember Tony Blair and his oil wars, they do not look at Labour as the left wing saviors of the people instead they look at Labour as the Red Tories. “You can not win when you are as left wing as Miliband” so called political experts are claiming, they are wrong and in a way this election has proved them wrong, how?

The Scottish National Party taken nearly every seat in Scotland and they were at least at the start of the campaign much more to the left than Labour, but the Scottish National Party have an advantage, people in Scotland trust them and obviously feel represented by them. After the war in Iraq, the bank bail out and the Labour parties failure to represent “the left wing or the poor” in the past, the masses in England still feel that Labour are not a real alternative to the Conservatives. I am not saying they are exactly the same but when in power Labour were not that different. Labour also turned a blind eye to corporate tax evasion and made deals with news corporation. Having said that I still cannot believe the Tories won, which got me reading and it turns out that 1992 election was very similar, a “late surge of Tory support undetected by the polls” led to a Conservative majority as Wikipedia describes;

 United Kingdom general election, 1992


Almost every poll leading up to polling day predicted either a hung parliament, with Labour the largest party or a small Labour majority of around 19 to 23. Polls on the last few days before the country voted predicted a very slim Labour majority.

With opinion polls at the end of the campaign showing Labour and the Conservatives neck and neck, the actual election result was a surprise to many in the media and in polling organisations. The apparent failure of the opinion polls to come close to predicting the actual result led to an inquiry by the Market Research Society. Following the election, most opinion polling companies changed their methodology in the belief that a ‘Shy Tory Factor‘ affected the polling.

THE 2015 ISRAELI ELECTION also saw right winged Likud party win after a “late surge in support”

Opposition leader Isaac Herzog concedes election after prime minister recovers from low poll numbers in runup to vote to lead his Likud party to 30 seats in Knesset

Israeli Likud Party supporters react to the exit polls while they wait for the announcement of the first official results of Israel’s parliamentary elections.

Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s rightwing Likud party has scored a dramatic election victory, surging past its main rival – the centre-left Zionist Union – to win the most seats in the Knesset.

A series of exit polls released at the close of voting on Tuesday night had suggested the Zionist Union and its leader, Isaac Herzog, were neck and neck with Netanyahu.

But by Wednesday morning official results had stretched to a decisive five-seat lead for Likud, making it almost certain that Netanyahu would serve a third consecutive term as prime minister.

Herzog said he had spoken with Netanyahu to congratulate him on his election victory. “A few minutes ago I spoke with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and congratulated him on his achievement and wished him luck,” Herzog told reporters.

He said his leftist Zionist Union party would continue to be an alternative to Netanyahu’s rightwing Likud.

Netanyahu will still have to assemble a coalition government but his seat count means he will be in a far more commanding position as he seeks partners.

A van containing more than 200,000 ballot papers destined for polls in East Sussex has been stolen. The papers had been printed in London and were being taken to two constituencies – Hastings and Rye and Eastbourne – ahead of voting in the general election on 7 May. Metropolitan Police officers alerted both Hastings and Eastbourne councils about the theft in London overnight. Officers found nothing to suggest the van was targeted for its contents. Police told the local authorities they believed it was a coincidence the stolen van contained ballot papers. The theft is still being investigated.

The ballot papers had been printed in London and were heading for Hastings and Rye and Eastbourne – ahead of voting in the general election on 7 May. Police said it was believed the van was parked in Longbridge Road, Dagenham, at about 19:30. The theft was discovered at about 06:25.

Labour had been expected to win in Hastings and RyeHastings & Rye – Lord Ashcroft Polls. In Hastings and Rye, the Conservative candidate Amber Rudd surprisingly won with 22,686 votes with Sarah Owen, Labour’s candidate, receiving 17,890 votes.
Sounds dodgy.

The Independent reporting the news with no bias whatsoever!

Ukip supporters are convinced Nigel Farage’s defeat is a conspiracy

Less than 48 hours after its leader conceded defeat, Ukip supporters have taken to Twitter to vent their frustration at their failure to capture the South Thanet seat – by declaring it was all a set-up.

Angry kippers have used the hashtag #Thanetrigged to accuse the establishment of all sorts of electoral shenanigans to get Nigel Farage out – citing the unusually long time for the votes to be counted and their success in the local elections as evidence.

Farage lost by 2,812 votes to the Conservative candidate Craig Macinklay despite the party gaining a 13 per cent vote share across the country.

But despite this failure Ukip gained overall control of Thanet council in the local election results on Friday – its first in the country.

They have jumped on a tweet sent by Spectator columnist Isabel Hardman tweeted at 12:30am on election night that Farage may have lost, six hours before the votes were counted, as “proof” the result was a foregone conclusion.

Demanding to know why ballot papers were allegedly “missing” for seven hours, Ukip voters vowed to expose the conspiracy and called for a by-election on social media.

This prompted a brilliant response from Twitter users, including Hardman herself:

The conspiracy comes despite claims from the man himself that he had lost the poll.

Speaking to Kent Online on Friday he said: “I knew the result yesterday [Thursday]. I could see the wards in Broadstairs were 80% turnouts and people queuing to vote. I spoke to people and they were saying ‘look Nigel, we love you but we can’t have Nicola Sturgeon running the country.’”

But who knows? Maybe they were just Conservative hired shills disguised as Thanet voters.

The truth is out there.


Concerns over ballot rigging after last-minute flood of postal votes

A last-minute deluge of postal votes allegedly sparked concerns about ballot rigging at Milton Keynes Council.

Instead of the anticipated four or five ballot boxes, 18 brimming boxes containing more than 4,600 votes turned up at the council offices yesterday.

Today election organisers insisted nothing seemed amiss – and blamed postal delays caused by the bank holiday.

 They are, however, awaiting with interest to see how many more posted votes arrive before the 10pm deadline today, say sources.
The Wednesday deluge was so unexpected that an email was sent to council staff asking for help in counting the votes. Many volunteers worked well into the night.

A source said: “There was certainly concern and suspicion at one stage. This was more than four times the expected number of papers arriving in one day, and it did not fit in with previous trends.”

Other sources claim helpers were told to check all papers meticulously by hand to check they were genuine.

Other signs of postal vote fraud could include larger than expected numbers of papers returned from one ward or constituency.

Scrap postal votes or elections will be fixed, says judge who warns ballot-rigging is now a ‘probability’ in parts of Britain

  • Judge Richard Marvey, who presides over electoral fraud, made warning
  • He said introducing ‘on demand’ postal voting did not boost turnout
  • But it has opened the electoral system to fraud on ‘an industrial scale’

Fresh voting fraud in scandal-hit borough of Tower Hamlets

Postal ballot papers for Thursday’s general election have been sent out to a block of flats in Tower Hamlets which has been a building site for months

A new outbreak of voting fraud is underway this week in the London borough whose elected mayor was dismissed by a High Court judge for corruption and vote-rigging.

Postal ballot papers for Thursday’s general election have been sent out to a block of flats in Tower Hamlets which has been a building site for months, council records seen by the Telegraph confirm.

The property – owned by Tower Hamlets council – is completely boarded up, surrounded by hoardings and without any sign of habitation.However, letters can still be delivered there. None of the people who supposedly applied for the votes lives at the property and at least one is dead.





Upon first hearing the general election results, I was speechless, how can so many people in Britain vote a man that attacks freedom of speech, the poor, the disabled, pays for Facebook likes and enforces austerity tactics on to the poor while giving tax breaks to the rich? One word, fear! Voters are terrified it may cost them something. As if that is not bad enough the mainstream media spend all their time and effort on spreading fear, cementing that belief in to the minds of their audience. Newspapers like The Sun, Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph and the Daily Star were at time shockingly blatant and one sided, we have come the expect it Britain, we all know its happening the Leveson inquiry exposed it but failed to stop it. I believe its time for an inquiry into government inquiries and why government inquiries always fail to change anything.

The actions of the media throughout the whole of the election was disgusting and something should be done to prevent the media being so ridiculously one sided while anti government activists and bloggers are censored from social media and accused of selling fear.

Having said that it is up to the voters to actually look at the damage that these right winged extreme governments do when we hand the power, they damage families, welfare, the health service and even the future of our children. How can you vote a man that did his best to avoid TV debates? a man that governed us through the rise of foodbank? a political party that can’t stand the NHS? they cut disability allowance but not Banker Bonuses despite the fact it is the banks that caused the financial meltdown that left them needed a bail out not the disabled and not the poor.

UKIP gain one seat 0.2% of seats DESPITE winning 12.6%  of the vote, I am no UKIP fan but the voting system is obviously massively flawed to allow that. David Cameron has a small majority, smaller than that of John Major and look what happened to him.

The trouble is, I fear the British media would not allow any real change to take place but I also believe the British media is losing control slowly but surely, until they lose control of the mind of the masses, right winged extremist governments that implement unjust laws, tax the poor the feed the rich and greed and give tax breaks to multinational corporations will carry on governing us and the corporate media will carry on telling you “everything is OK.”

After all 650 constituencies had been declared, the results were:

Party Leader Votes Seats
Conservative Party David Cameron 11,334,920 (36.9%) 331 (50.9%)
331 / 650
Labour Party Ed Miliband 9,344,328 (30.4%) 232 (35.7%)
232 / 650
UK Independence Party Nigel Farage 3,881,129 (12.6%) 1 (0.2%)
1 / 650
Liberal Democrats Nick Clegg 2,415,888 (7.9%) 8 (1.2%)
8 / 650
Scottish National Party Nicola Sturgeon 1,454,436 (4.7%) 56 (8.6%)
56 / 650
Green Party Natalie Bennett 1,154,562 (3.8%) 1 (0.2%)
1 / 650
Democratic Unionist Party Peter Robinson 184,260 (0.6%) 8 (1.2%)
8 / 650
Plaid Cymru Leanne Wood 181,694(0.6%) 3 (0.5%)
3 / 650
Sinn Féin Gerry Adams 176,232 (0.6%) 4 (0.6%)
4 / 650
Ulster Unionist Party Mike Nesbitt 114,935 (0.4%) 2 (0.3%)
2 / 650
Social Democratic & Labour Party Alasdair McDonnell 99,809 (0.3%) 3 (0.5%)
3 / 650
Others N/A 349,487 (1.1%) 1 (0.2%)
1 / 650


Vote share
Conservative 36.9%
Labour 30.4%
UK Independence 12.6%
Liberal Democrat 7.9%
Scottish National 4.7%
Green 3.8%
Others 3.7%
Parliamentary seats
Conservative 50.9%
Labour 35.7%
Scottish National 8.6%
Liberal Democrat 1.2%
Democratic Unionist 1.2%
Others 2.4%